“What I would like to continue doing is reach more people with these images of the earth, and inspire them to have hope. That even in the chaos that we are in, we can let this beauty and natural world inspire us to move towards a sustainable future.” – Chris Dahl-Bredine

Sometimes the greatest risk is to not follow your passion. Part pilot, part artist, this is the story of Chris Dahl-Bredine who built an experimental aircraft in his garage to help immerse himself in the landscapes he loves. For Chris the ‘ultralight trike’ isn’t just a tool for exploration, it’s a way of filtering a complicated world. Through his camera, Chris has been able to bring us visions of earth seldom seen by way of aircraft or helicopter. His path is slow and often driven by the wind he is given. Follow Chris’ journey through Colorado’s Great Sand Dunes National Park as he captures images from one of his favorite landscapes with the Sony a7R III.

Through his camera, Chris has been able to bring us visions of earth seldom seen by way of aircraft or helicopter. His path is slow and often driven by the wind he is given. Follow Chris’ journey through Colorado’s Great Sand Dunes National Park as he captures images from one of his favorite landscapes with the Sony a7R III.

Shot On Sony a7R III, a7S II, RX0, Action Cam.

This is a Chris Burkard film, you might remember we’ve shared an interview with Chris a little while back. If you are into surf or adventure photography – you really need to head on over and read it, he is such an inspiration. We’ll also include a few other posts below that you might like. You can also keep up with more from Chris via these channels:  Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

[Shared via Sony Alpha Universe]

Other posts you might enjoy:
Capturing Surfers Under The Northern Lights, Chris Burkard
Lifestyle Photographer: James Barkman
Behind the Lens of a Surf Photographer
Journey into Mongolia, Bryn North
Spectacular 1000FPS Slow-Motion Lightning Footage

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